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Interesting idea. Sounds a little bulky though - I can squeeze a power bank in the case, but a second battery would require another layer. Starting to wonder if I should just bite the bullet and go with an eBay lipo... :( It'd be nice if I could just pull a battery out of a (reputable) power bank, b...
- Tue Apr 04, 2017 6:25 pm
- Forum: Raspberry Pi
- Topic: Raspberry Pi Zero LCD screen
- Replies: 6
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IMO, it depends how simple you want the installation to be. The BangGood screens can probably be made to work, through trial and error, possibly having to buy a couple of models before you find one that can be made to work. Really, you won't know until it's in your hands, disassembled, so you can se...
- Mon Apr 03, 2017 11:04 pm
- Forum: Hardware Help
- Topic: Upcoming Project w/custom hardwood/plexi case
- Replies: 25
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I was curious about the teensy. There seems to be some fairly cheap alternatives. Are they any good? harder to program? You have to be careful with the really cheap arduino boards. Most of the really cheap ones have ATmega328p chips, which don't really work well for this purpose. It's *much* harder...
So, I'm hoping to integrate a power bank into my build. There are a few reasons: I need a bigger battery because of my larger screen; it's cheaper than a powerboost; theoretically simpler; theoretically 'better' batteries vs. eBay lipos that don't meet their specs or will lose charge rapidly. The pr...
- Wed Mar 29, 2017 7:16 pm
- Forum: General Chat (Game Boy Zero)
- Topic: Largest Battery Size
- Replies: 22
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Be careful not to buy shitty batteries from ebay, their capacity may not be as listed. Therein lies the problem, though. How do you know it's a shitty battery until you buy and test it? :cry: The only reason not to use a cellphone battery (as rodocop pointed out) is that it can be dangerous to sold...